My post earlier today got it wrong. Turns out that Baltimore’s City Paper didn’t delete four of the five bullet points in my letter to the editor in this week’s issue; it deleted all five bullet points.
Here they are, one by one, with complete links to coverage here of the topics regarding the North Baltimore Aquatic Club that this “alternative” newspaper will not touch.
III. * Last year two students at the McDonogh School in Owings Mills were quietly expelled on computer theft charges. The students were two of several who also swim, or used to swim, at NBAC and were at the center of the clique of bullies and harassers of the alleged victim in the February 2012 incident underlying the lawsuit against me. The bullying and harassment both preceded and succeeded the incident itself. Murray Stephens is a major benefactor of McDonogh and his wife is a trustee there. No one at McDonogh will comment on why Stephens, who is unofficially banned from being seen on the deck at his own aquatic center, has been allowed on the deck at the McDonogh natatorium to coach his son.